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"Right now this is the leading product in this category."

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"It's easy to use, and it does what it is meant for."

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Cons
"The GUI needs to improve.""The product should integrate better with other storage options."

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"It could be more integrated with other platforms."

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"The cost of the product is free."

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Top Answer: Right now this is the leading product in this category.
Top Answer: The product is opensource so the cost of the product is free for everyone.
Top Answer: Right now, we are not looking for many improvements in the product. We are still exploring it. But I think the GUI could be improved and there could be better storage options.
Top Answer: It's easy to use, and it does what it is meant for.
Top Answer: Our customers pay for their license for the product. We just provide them with support whenever they need it. We don't deal with any customer license issues.
Top Answer: We had an older version of Red Hat that was not fully integrated into the registry. We had to correct some files and some of the configurations to get it working. It could be more integrated with… more »
Ranking
1st
out of 11 in Container Registry
Views
1,673
Comparisons
1,366
Reviews
1
Average Words per Review
614
Rating
7.0
3rd
out of 11 in Container Registry
Views
775
Comparisons
693
Reviews
1
Average Words per Review
425
Rating
8.0
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Overview

Harbor is an open source container image registry that secures images with role-based access control, scans images for vulnerabilities, and signs images as trusted. A CNCF Incubating project, Harbor delivers compliance, performance, and interoperability to help you consistently and securely manage images across cloud native compute platforms like Kubernetes and Docker.

Red Hat Quay is a private container registry that stores, builds, and deploys container images. It analyzes your images for security vulnerabilities, identifying potential issues that can help you mitigate security risks.

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Sample Customers
AXA, Talking Data
The Asiakastieto Group, Akbank, TTTECH
Top Industries
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company36%
Comms Service Provider23%
Manufacturing Company8%
Media Company5%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company27%
Comms Service Provider27%
Financial Services Firm7%
Manufacturing Company7%

Harbor is ranked 1st in Container Registry with 1 review while Red Hat Quay is ranked 3rd in Container Registry with 1 review. Harbor is rated 7.0, while Red Hat Quay is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of Harbor writes "Check document vulnerabilities with this cloud-native product that needs to improve in ease-of-use". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Red Hat Quay writes "A stable repository that is easy to use and easy to install". Harbor is most compared with JFrog Container Registry, Amazon ECR, VMware Harbor Registry and DigitalOcean Container Registry, whereas Red Hat Quay is most compared with VMware Harbor Registry, JFrog Container Registry, Amazon ECR and Azure Container Registry.

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